SCMaglev and Railway Park exhibit two experimental shinkansen trains introduced in the mid-1990s, 300X and MLX01. 300X was a prototype to test the design features of the existing 700, N700 Series,... (more)
The SCMaglev and Railway Park in Nagoya opened in 2011. Different generations of Tokaido Shinkansen Trains are preserved and on display inside the park.
An interesting comparison of the fastest Japanese steam locomotive 4-6-4 "Hudson" C 62 # 17 (which reached 129 km/h on cape gauge in 1954) with the experimental train 300X in the large ... (more)
The Class C62 was the biggest and fastest japanese build steam locomotive. This locomotive hauled the Tsubame express on the Tōkaidō Main Line between Tokyo and Osaka. Also it set the wo... (more)
4 generations of Shinkansen trains standing side by side at the
SCMAGLEV and Railway Park museum in Nagoya.
A Kintetsu Railways express train approaches Kuwana station.
A 681 series train set was operated the limited express "Shirasagi" no. 16 from Kanazawa to Nagoya.